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How To Write The Perfect JOB COVER LETTER? In this blog post, you will find everything you need to know about a CV.

According to a CareerBuilder study, over 49% of HR managers consider

a covering letter the second-best thing to give your resume a boost, number one being customizing your resume. A cover letter is important as about 26% of recruiters consider them critical in their decision to hire.

Another study on employer preference suggests that 56% want applicants to attach a cover letter to the resume. The recruiter or employer will notice right away if you have put some

effort into your application or not. They will see straight through the transparency if you use the same standard application documents for multiple employers.

Your cover letter will feel like an impersonal and general job application.

An employer will not spend time reading this is the type of application. If

you really want the job, you need to go all-in and adjust your documents

according to the requirements of each job position. Show that you are genuinely interested in their company, particularly this open position you are applying for.

You have a lot to win if you work through the content, language, and

layout. In this session, you will learn how to create your cover letter step

by step. As stated above, a cover letter should always be adapted to the

job that you are applying for.

What is a Cover Letter?

Prospective employers use your resume to learn about your education,

skills, and work history, as well as who you are and how to reach you. But

that is mostly your past. Your cover letter has a slightly different purpose,

it is more about your future and your abilities.

But what is it we really are offering an employer?

You are going to sell the synergy between your skills, attitude, and

knowledge = your ability.”

As the name implies, a cover letter is a document that introduces you

and accompanies your resume (your work history). It is what a hiring

manager will see first. That is why it is important. It will be the text that

will entice the employer to look further into who you are and what you

can do for them.

In today’s competitive job market, hiring managers may get hundreds of

resumes for only one position. Going through all of them is very time-consuming. To alleviate the time strain, most hiring managers will quickly read over or scan cover letters to decide which resumes to read more closely.

Another very important knowledge is that the hiring manager or recruiter

normally only sees a maximum 1/3 of your cover letter in their list of

applicants on their computer, the beginning of your letter. The cover letter is your opportunity to attract.

You will be able to demonstrate:

• Why you are interested in the position.

• Why they should be interested in you, highlight some of your top skills.

• That you have knowledge about the organization in question.

• That you have done your research.

• That you understand what is expected for the position.

• That you can express yourself.

• That you are grateful for their time and consideration reading your


In the first third of your cover letter, you must show that you a